Contract cleaner to create 50 jobs

Kilkenny-based McCreery Contract Cleaning has created 50 jobs with its expansion into the Dublin market, boosting employee numbers to 90.

Managing director Jennifer McCreery said they were expanding following demand from existing clients in the south-east who wanted the same level of service in their head offices as they received in the regions.

McCreery Contract Cleaning has set up a training company to ensure that all of their staff meet the highest standards.

As well as supplying the corporate market the company is to expand into Dublin’s high-value homes with high security requirements and has launched a new bespoke domestic cleaning services package.

The domestic package will provide cleaning services, with all staff fully Garda vetted and trained, comprehensive cleaning plans agreed with clients with minimal supervision required.

Since it was founded in 2000 the company has achieved rapid growth and now provides a range of cleaning services to over 70 domestic and corporate clients across the south-east and now Dublin, including offices, schools, restaurants, banks, clinics, hospitals, hotels and private homes.


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